This web page describes the importance of cultural awareness when providing services for children, families, and communities that have experienced trauma. It provides an introduction to the topic and links to several resources related to trauma and culture
These tip sheets were developed for the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) through a collaborative training partnership between FEMA’s Center for Faith-based & Neighborhood Partnerships, DHS Science & Technology Resilient Systems Division, DHS’ National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) at the University of Southern California (USC), the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CCRC), and the National Disaster Interfaiths Network (NDIN). Funding was provided by the Department of Homeland Security.
Describes a 5-year vision for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s work to reduce suicidal behavior.
An exploration of what is known about gender differences in help-seeking behavior to determine factors that may promote increased help-seeking among men.
An article about the cultural context of suicidal behavior among adolescents from different ethnic groups, and what this means for suicide prevention and treatment.